MedStar Stresses Dangers Of Heat-Related Illness Amid Dog Days Of SummerAs North Texas enters a long stretch of hot weather, it’s a good time to remember that prolonged or intense exposure to hot temperatures can cause heat-related illnesses.
Hydration Is Key To Keeping Kids Healthy In Texas HeatIf not treated, heat exhaustion can develop into heat stroke which is a medical emergency.
Beat The Heat, Start Your Day Before SunriseJust before the blistering sun rises, dozens of Camp Gladiator participants were already on the go.
7 North Texans Treated For Heat-Related Illness In A DayOnly days before the official start of summer, MedStar is urging people use precaution after seven people were taken to the hospital Wednesday for heat related illness.
Heat, Dust Can Create Double Trouble For HealthAntihistamines can decrease the body's ability to stay hydrated and respond to heat.
Heat Cancels Some North Texas Events, But Not Dallas Zoo Dollar DayMake sure you hydrate, put on sunscreen and wear light, loose-fitting clothing to stay as cool as possible.
Where Has Your Water Been? Don't Get Sick Staying Safe In The HeatIn spite of the dangerously hot weather, the vast majority of North Texans Monday were heeding warnings to take the heat seriously.
Dehydration & Overheating Top Concerns For Young AthletesWith football practice up and running at high school fields across Texas, sidelines are packed with water bottles and cooling stations. Dehydration and overheating are top concerns when young players hit the turf during August heat.